Arthritis: Turn Up the Heat for Effective Pain Relief
Relief from the pain of arthritis is at your fingertips with heat pads. Pain relief can also be administered using an infrared heat lamp, both have their own natural healing qualities and both are readily available without prescription.
February 18, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Arthritis is one of the most common musculoskeletal conditions with around 10 million people diagnosed in the UK. Common symptoms of arthritis are joint pain, tenderness and stiffness, inflammation around joints to restricted movement and weakness of joints. Arthritis can affect people of all ages, from children to the elderly. Whatever your age, you don't have to suffer. With natural pain relief in the form of heat, what are you waiting for?
Heat Pads: Pain Relief for Arthritis
Many doctors recommend heat therapy for effective pain management. Now you can ease the pain for arthritis with heat pads, pain relief from the stiffness you regularly feel is at your fingertips. Heat therapy simulates blood circulation by dilating blood vessels and reducing muscle spasms. Heat pads are perfect as they regulate and keep a constant temperature; just remember to give the heat pad time to work.
The Infrared Heat Lamp: Perfect Pain Relief for Hard to Reach Areas
The infrared heat lamp has long been used by health practitioners worldwide to treat the symptoms of arthritis. The rays from an infrared heat lamp can penetrate up to an inch and a half in the body providing deep and sustained pain relief. The body responds to this heat by increasing heart rate and metabolism, which is great for those who aren't as mobile. These heat lamps are a perfect addition or alternative to heat pads, pain relief is more accessible to areas such as the back which would be cumbersome to hold a heat pad to.
For our full range of heat pain relief products please visit www.heathcare4all.co.uk , email us at email@example.com or if you'd like advice on the best choice for you call our team (which includes a fully qualified pharmacist) on 0113 350 5432.
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